When Do Kittens Stop Nursing?

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Kittens stop nursing when they're around four to five weeks old. Usually the mother starts turning them away when they try to suckle her. At the same time, the mother starts to teach them to find and eat food in their environment.
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Kittens are considered 'cats' at about one year old. This depends some on the breed of the cat, as there are some breeds that do not mature fully and stop growing til about one and
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Kittens will continue to nurse as long as the mother cat will let them. But generally it is about three months when the mother cat begins to ween them.
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A newborn kitten needs to be fed 10 times a day. A mother cat can become incapable of satisfying that need for a variety of reasons. She can stop feeding her kittens because of sickness
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You will have to bottle feed it or it will probably die. You can ask a vet about kitten formulas if you need one.
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A mother cat will start to wean her kittens around four weeks of age, but many kittens are not fully weaned until six weeks. Even though kittens are weaned at six weeks, they should stay with their mothers until they are twelve weeks old. You can find more information here: http://www.petplace.com/cats/weaning-kittens/page1.aspx
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